Another Study Shows How Coffee Can Be a Life Saver


Who doesn’t love coffee? I mean, just imagine that bittersweet aroma. It’s like a holiday in a cup!

You may have heard a few studies about how it boosts heart health, makes you smarter, lowers risk of diabetes, improve athletic performance, and may protect you from dementia. It’s also good drink if you’re trying to lose weight as the brewed one does not contain any calories, cholesterol or fat.

Your morning cup of Joe really does more than giving you a boost in your energy. In fact, another study has shown how coffee can be a life saver. Read more in this report by Maggie Fox on NBC News:

Study Finds More Evidence Coffee Can Be a Life-Saver

Researchers have found even more evidence that coffee can be good for you. People who drink regular, moderate amounts of coffee are less likely to die from a range of diseases, from diabetes to heart disease. Read more…

It’s amazing how coffee can be a life-saver, and how just a cup can brighten your day in an instant. Even the decaf version may have positive effects. If you’re an athlete or a bodybuilder, the black one is especially good for you as it helps support gains.

Note, though, that this is the pure one, not the processed one that contains added sugar and all those harmful additives.

The cutoff is three to five cups a day. Six cups and above may cause more harm than good, so don’t risk it! It may cause depression, increase risk of heart attacks for young adults with mild hypertension, and more. You may also have to avoid drinking caffeine at night as it will disrupt your sleep.


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